Threat of strike in Australia pushed to late June

The threat of a strike against the major Australian iron ore export port, Port Hedland, has been postponed one month, according to Reuters.

Late Thursday the Australian tugboat operators reached an agreement to postpone a potential strike in the Australian Port Hedland, from where one fourth of the world's iron ore is exported, according to Reuters.

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